Yeh it stopped, i left it for 10 mintes, but it didn't go any further, i "optimized" /etc/sysctl.conf, thats the only thing i can think of that i have changed, as i doubt the security programs are blocking the stats ..

Now go back to Awstats: There you will see Update now option.

Feel free to use it to force the webstats update: NOTE: As server updates Awstats once in 24 hours, the Update now option will disappear after some time. Find the tmp/awstats/awstats.conf file, right-click on it and select Edit: 3.

Run Logs galaxy,uk,107374182400, LANGUAGE: english /usr/local/cpanel/lang/.english Processing exim stats for galaxy.......

Done Checked c Panel, and it still says Never updated, i've already tried what you suggested, but i done it again to paste the results.

If you want to manually refresh website stats, follow the steps below: for c Panel paper_lantern themefor c Panel x3 themefor c Panel paper_lantern theme:1. Find the tmp/awstats/awstats.conf file, right-click on it and select Edit: 3.

Use search to look for the following line: Allow To Update Stats From Browser=0update it to Allow To Update Stats From Browser=1and Save the changes: 4.

Try to manually run the stats for one account ./runweblogs accountname Let us know the results Something like this would be a good result.

LANGUAGE: english /usr/local/cpanel/lang/.english WEBLANG english Archive Status: 0 About to fork() for accountname [ALL DOMAINS: ssl.subbb.m3.sub1.domain.com] Complete Shared RRDTOOL support enabled Processing galaxy...

You can re-add it later per guidelines above if required. Use search to look for the following line: Allow To Update Stats From Browser=0update it to Allow To Update Stats From Browser=1and Save the changes: 4.